The next Long Island Psychology Conference will be Saturday, May 3rd at Molloy College, and will include students and faculty from several local schools. There will be faculty research talks, student poster presentations, and a panel of recent psychology graduates, talking about their grad school and career experiences. Students can submit an abstract of their work for presentation as a poster by April 15, and they can just attend without presenting. We hope to see a lot of Hofstra psychology students there. To view conference details visit the LIPC website: http://www.molloy.edu/academics/undergraduate-majors/psychology-and-counseling/2014-lipc-conference
Poster presentations: The Long Island Psychology conference welcomes submissions of abstracts describing empirical research for presentation as a poster. The work must include at least one student author. Research should be original, empirical projects, with students’ posters reporting on data collected. Abstracts should provide: a brief description of the project, including: the purpose of the project, clearly-stated hypotheses, description of sample, method, summary of results and conclusion(s).
Abstracts should be a maximum of 500 words, and are due by April 15.
To submit, email the following information to email@example.com
- Title of the poster
- Author(s) name, affiliation and student status (undergraduate student, graduate student, high school student, faculty, other)